Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1967-04-211
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v'-26- N-22 ( v. JLh ji.. tTfr r - , . . - - .R" ... ; -.(. rf . . New studentbody officers elected last Friday are: Roger Wise, activities; Bob Hunter, executive; Perry Perea, president; Brent Wilson, finance and Dennis Heiner, legislative. Perea, Hunter, Heiner, Wilson, Wise, Elected in Record Vote The suffocating snake of apathy that so commonly chokes Weber State College had little chance to rear it head last week as a record number of students went to the polls to vote for 1967 studentbody officers.Perry Perea, a pre-medical student, was elected studentbody president with a total of 902 votes. His opponent, Dennis DeBoer, received 558 votes in the final ballot-' ing. Elected executive vice-president was Robert A. Hunter, 1966 "Acorn'- yearbook editor and senior class Senator. Hunter received 1037 votes with his opponent, Roger Petersen, receiving 425 ballots. Other 1967-68 officers are: Dennis Heiner, legislativevice-president; Roger Wise, activities vice-president; and Brent Wilson, financial vice-president. ml Tom Welch and Judy Willmore last week's final elections. : r inn i i ii mi im i iii a iii iiirnwiiff 'i rTT i mi'imiini ir m i ii m n i It was a close race between Wilson and Ron Parker, 1966 junior class Senator, with Wilson winning by a 45-vote margin, 753 to 708. Another tight contest was the legislative vice -presidential race with Heiner beating F. L. Chase 770-669 votes. Mac Stevensen, "Acorn" publicity manager, was defeated by Wise, 1966 Tallyman and chairman of the WSC Games and Recreations Committee, 802 votes to 654. Elected 1967-68senators-at-large were Tom Welch and Judy Willmore. Miss Willmore received a total of 847 votes, with Welch winning with a total of 872 ballots. Also running for the office were Bruce Nilson, 623 votes, and Cheryl Lorenc, 452 votes. Final tabulations by the Elections Committee showed that 1469 stu- were elected senators-at-large in : OGDEN, UTAH dents voted last week, 600 more than those who cast ballots last year. Dick Bowman, elections chairman, said one of the main reasons for the upsurge in voting was the addition of two new polling places. In past years, only one booth had been installed in the main foyer of the Union Building. Additional booths were placed in the Technical Education Building and Building Four. "I suspect the voting would have been much lower," Bowman said, "if we had installed only one polling place." He continued, "another factor in the increased number of voters could also have been the strate-gis location of the new piling booths." The number of voters in last Friday's election doubled the number of ballots cast for the primary contest. Approximately 600 votes were tabulated in the primaries as compared to 1469 in the final elections. Nebeker Appointed Studentbody President Weber State received two new studentbody presidents last weekend.Perry Perea was elected by the students as president for the 1967-68 school year and Jerry Nebeker was appointed president for the remained of this year. Nebeker replaces JackB. Suttle-myre who resigned because of academic problems. The Administrative Council reviewed Suttlemyre's grades and declared him ineligible to continue in office, Dean of Students, Dr. Alan J. Dayley said. Nebeker will continue as Speaker of the Senate and fulfill his other duties. He is a member of Blue Key National Honor Fraternity, Delta Phi Kappa, Pre -Law Association and a former junior class senator. He is an accounting major and plans to graduate in June 1968. . Odd Clkss There are only four primary contests out of a possible 19 being held today. Only the junior class presidency and vice-presidency and the Associated Men's students first and second positions drew more than two candidates. For junior class president, it will be Eddie Allen, Jim Smout and Clark Walker on the ballot. Vice-president nominees are: Jack Durrant, Jay Flinders and Janet Esterholdt. Steve Young, Howard Collett and Bob Hoffman are the candidates for the AMS president. The vice-president race drew Richard Neves, Rex Belnap and Paul Skeen. Only one nominee will be eliminated in each of the primary races today. Voting booths will be set up in the Union Building. In allother races, except Associated Women's Students, there will be a final election between two candidates. Final elections will be held next Friday. A complete list of the candidates for all offices follows: SENIOR CLASS: president - Wynn Phillips and Dennis DeBoer; vice-president - Richard Creer and John Pierson; secretary - Karen Phillips and Janice Shield. JUNIOR CLASS: president - Al- Seniors planning to graduate June 3 are to get their cap and gown measurements takenApril 24, 25 and 26 at the College Bookstore in the Union Building.A late fee of $5. will be charged after April 28, said Blair Low of the Education Dept. Students are to make payment for their cap and gown when measurements are taken. A late fee is being inaugurated this year. Jerry Nebeker i i ) ip.. Jim,!..! ... ijii. .i i i.M n.ji , ... i . tgtttmat April 21, 1967 len, Smout and Walker;vice-president -Durrant, Flinders and Esterholdt; secretary - Martsie Brown and Linda Fullmer. SOPHOMORE CLASS: president-John Hansen and Rex Bybee; vice-president - Terry Hale and Nancy Boyington; secretary - Linda Child and Marsha Gall. AMS: president - Young, Collett and Hoffman; vice-president-Neves, Belnap and Skeen; secretary - Larry Taylor and Bruce Thompson. AWS: president - Cathy Clay, unopposed; vice-president - Helen Draney, unopposed; secretary-Barbara Skeen and Pat Belnap. SENATORS: arts, letters and sciences - Ralph Klomp and Stephen Miller; business - Allen R. Burgess and Hubert Mehnert; education - Dave Evans, unopposed; technical education - Neil Robinson and Dennis DeGroot. Sen. Gale McGee Speaker for '67 Graduation Sen. Gale McGee, D-Wyo., will be the principal speaker at Weber State College Spring Commencement Exercises, announced Dr. William P. Miller, president of the college, this week. Dr. Miller said commencement exercises will be held June 3 in the college stadium at 3 p.m. provided the weather is good. He said more than 800 students are expected to graduate, as compared to 598 students who graduated from Weber in 1966. Approximately 630 of the expected graduates will receive bachelor degrees, according to the president. Sen. McGee, a former professor of history and chairman of the Institute of International Affairs at the University of Wyoming is completing his second term as Senator. He was elected in 1958, becoming the first freshman Senator ever assigned to the Senate Appropriations Committee, and was reelected in 1964. The Senator has appeared in 48 states and has lectured in such countries as Great Britain, Russia, Italy and France. Rustic of Spring Pageant Theme "Rustle of Spring" will be the theme of the 1967 "Miss Weber State" pageant Saturday. The contest will begin at 8 p.m. in the auditorium of the Fine Arts Center. Admission is 50 cents for students and faculty and $1.00 for general public. Co-emcees of the contest will be Dick Nourse TV newsman, and Ann Anderson, 1965 "Miss Weber State." Sponsors of the pageant are the Union Building Special Events Committee and the Union Building Program Director, Gerald L. (Monty) Shupe. See pages 8 and 9 for additional stories.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1967-04-21, Vol. 26, No. 22|
|Creator||Weber State College|
|Contributors||Associated Students of Weber College|
|Description||Weber's current student newspaper, the Signpost, first appeared on September 29, 1937. For two years prior to that time, campus news was disseminated via announcements posted on a bulletin board known as the "Signpost". As a result, the masthead of the first issue of the paper itself featured a rudimentary wooden sign with the title spelled out in rustic-looking letters. Over the years the paper has been published continuously, though the look, size and style has changed several times.|
|Subject||College student newspapers and periodicals; Weber State College|
|Publisher Digital||Stewart Library, Weber State University|
|Source||University Archives LD5893.W55 S5, Stewart Library, Weber State University|
|Rights Management||Public Domain. Courtesy of University Archives, Stewart Library, Weber State University.|